A technological powerhouse synonymous with horological innovation, Casio is the only watch brand that rivals Rolex and Seiko for global name recognition. As an early adopter of quartz technology, Casio also became one of the most iconic purveyors of multifunction digital watches during the 1980s. And while the Databank calculator watch lives in the popular imagination as the definitive 1980s wristwatch, it was Casio engineer Kikuo Ibe’s 1983 G-Shock, a rugged sports watch, that propelled Casio’s name to horological immortality. Now available at all price points and with all conceivable functions, the Casio G-Shock acts as a flagship for the veritable universe of Casio timepiece options.

Casio Watches